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. >> reporter: good morning, rob and paula. it is remarkable to see this community this morning. the signs of remembrance are everywhere. people are paying their respects at memorials and funerals. newtown is performing a grim task. parents are doing what they shouldn't have to. 6-year-old noah pozner was eulogized as a boy who liked animals, video games and mexican food. at his funeral, an onlooker collapsed. inside the funeral, his mother moved everyone to tears with her stories. >> she told him, i love you. and it matters that i loved you. >> reporter: another funeral, for jack pinto, also 6. >> it's sad. sad. heavy heart. >> reporter: there's still so much pain for all close to friday's shooting. connecticut governor dan malloy wiped away tears recalling the moment he informed parents their children had died. now, he will attend so many funerals. >> you see little coffins and your heart has to ache. >> reporter: new information about the 20-year-old shooter, adam lanza, paints a picture of a young man that seemed to be unraveling. for years, her mother, nancy, shared her struggles with
concern over the issue of mental health. ktvu's rob roth is live where one organization is working hard to help young people suffering from mental illness. >> some parents are voicing concerns to protect their children from the world and protect the world from their child. >> reporter: she is a psychologist who works with teens and young adults with mental health. she says an early warning sign is isolation. >> struggling with depression or schizophrenia or a lot of anxiety. it gets in the way so this program is set up to help those individuals. >> reporter: the number of people suffering from mental health who become mass murderers is microscopic. a blog talks of her fears raising her 13-year-old son. she writes i live with a son mentally ill, i love my son but he terrifies me. they provide a host of different programs. >> if you have a young person and you are struggling with identity, depression or just worthlessness, really terrible ways to feel about yourself, to be ignored because people don't know what to do so they ignore you is one of the worst things you can do. >> reporter: e
is trying to make sure people have food for the holidays. >> rob fladeboe reports on the holiday food program. >> reporter: serving a record number of people. they are doing it again. the first of an estimated 3200 families waited in the rain monday for a holiday food box. >> 40 pounds of food. turkey, chicken or ham. trying to make sure they have enough into january. >> reporter: most of the people are at or below the poverty line and can't afford such a holiday meal. they expect to provide a food box for all who signed up their toy distribution program is short and made a call for new donations. >> short on teen gifts. teens are hard to buy for. but we especially need a book for every child, especially the older child and gift cards to target or something like that so they could by a shirt they want. >> reporter: the need for help exists year round, not just during the holidays and despite the improving economy here many of these people are still out of work and are left behind. in san jose, rob fladeboe, kron 4 news. >>> san jose state has a new football coach and hockey back in sa
to keep that information flowing. i'm going to turn this over to -- i believe rob is going to be a brief special events update. >> thank you anne. i'm actually going to have someone else walk through the details quickly. i'm going to step in one second and i really have to thank our team. october is always a busy month and this one has been particularly so and only in the best of ways. this team has been going nonstop since this summer just so everybody gets a sense of it between exercises leading up to fleet week, fleet week and all of the preparedness things and september and october and now baseball and it's a nonstop effort from the team i want to thank them and ask him to walk through the details. >> thanks be rob. one of the fun things about san francisco and we always have something going on. we had the beta breakers and break the city in half for the runners and manage the emergency response for that. we had the gollen gate anniversary and remember that off the bridge and the u.s. open and the pride parade. and then we took a brief break in july and in august started with s
and linebacker rob jackson has led the charge, a huge interception in the 3rd quarter which led to the final go ahead touchdown. action jackson also had a sack in that game, something he's done a lot lately, four sacks in the past five games, a big reason the skins currently sit atop the pack of the nfc east. >> you're looking for guys that can make plays. that's what rob has been able too do, make plays and put pressure -- to, do make plays and put pressure on the quarterback, make sacks, cause fumbles, seems to get better and better of game. >>> john wall breaks his silence. when might we see the wizards point guard back in a game? that's coming up. >> hi, i'm lieutenant bill hill in kabul afghanistan. i'd like to wish my wife jessica and daughter sarah and my son won't happy holidays. i miss you -- owen happy holidays. i miss you guys and i'll see you soon.  >>> the wizards are home tomorrow night against the hawks looking for that fourth win. today head coach randy wittman joked about the list of injuries his team has been hit with saying if anybody knows an exorcist t
will discuss. rob parker has been suspended until further notice for describing redskins qb robert griffin the third bayousing a term i have never -- by using a term i have never heard of, bit i'm sure it was inprop rete. -- appropriate. and the supreme court ruled on whether blaring loud music from the back of your car is inappropriate. apparently it is. >> let's welcome our guests. jed dojedediah bila. jim norton. his latest comedy cd came outlast week called "no baby for you." bill schulz, sorry. and sitting next to me is john bolton, former u.s. ambassador to the u.n and fox news contributor. we will get to the top story tonight. he shun attention until he didn't. adam lanza was an awkward loaner who pressed himself against the wall when others approached in the hallway. now a shattered and devastated town is trying to figure out why he slaughtered his mother and 26 other adults. he had problems, problems that went beyond lack of social skills. they assigned him a permanent psychologist as a 9th grader and flagged him to the security chief. he was mentally ill, clearly, and there were
, this is "world news now." >>> good tuesday morning, everybody. i'm rob nelson. >> and i'm paula faris. in just a moment we'll take you live to newtown for the latest on the memorials and we're getting new details each hour, each minute on the shooter, adam lanza, and his mother. the family had quite a troubled past. we'll dig into that coming up. >> the center of this is the relationship that he had with his mom that led to why he killed her and the divorce and the estranged relationship with the dad and brother. there's a family dynamic here that you have to wonder if that's what led to the violence we saw friday morning. >>> also today, a survivor of the aurora, colorado movie theater. he wants everyone to hear his message about gun violence, certainly speaking from experience after he survived that. >> sadly, we have to clarify which massacre we're talking about. >>> and remembering senator daniel inouye from hawaii. >> a long storied career for the senator there. we'll get to that in a second. but first, our big story of the week, of the day, of the year in many ways and in many cases. mid
hill, maryland. police believe that the killers were out to rob him. pat collins spoke to the victim's grieving brother who asking for justice. >> translator: today was my brother, tomorrow might be somebody else. >> reporter: words of warning from elmer hernandez. the brother of a murdered victim. the two shared an apartment here in aspen hill. elmer campos hernandez, he had the task of calling their mother in el salvador to tell her that her son was suddenly violent and innocently killed here just steps from his home. >> translator: i-only have to live for now on with his memory. >> reporter: the victim, 28-year-old edwin campos hernandez, on saturday night they say he went to a birthday party in wheaton. he took a bus to the party. around 2:00, he came home. he took a taxi. the cab driver dropped him off on grand prix road and then he walked the rest of the way. but as he did, he was jumped by two men. would gunmen. they shot and killed mr. campos hernandez. shot him down there. steps away from his house. they say the gunman, they were looking for money but there's no evidence tha
." >> good morning, everyone. i'm paula faris. >> and i'm rob nelson. we'll update the investigation in connecticut in our top story coming up in just a second. as of course, mourners overcome with grief pay their respects to the first two victims of the sandy hook shooting. a town coming together in some attempt to carry on. but as you can see, their emotions still so very raw. >> we're going to see so many funerals throughout the week. it will definitely be a tragic sight. >> two down, but 25, 24 more to go for those people killed in the school. >>> also this morning, school campuses on edge from coast to coast. security is first and foremost as copycats pose threats that police are taking seriously. sad that cowards out there would take advantage of such a tragic situation. >> there was another scare at a school district less than 20 miles from sandy hook. they had schools on lockdown. on top of that, i couldn't get my mind around the idea, there was a bomb threat called into that vigil sunday night. so unbelievably sad moment, someone was sick enough to call in and threaten the v
community. [ applause ] rob manna and ray corbo are firefighters with the newtown hook and ladder company and join me live. thank you for being with us. how you are you holding up. >> it is difficult every day. every day it is a little better, but it is a challenge, certainly a challenge. >> one of the things i know usual doing is handing out gifts to little kids, things from the red cross. it has to bring some comfort. >> definitely helps. overwhelming amount of stuffed animals and teddy bears have been streaming into the fire house and we're doing what we can to get it out to the children in town. >> you were born here, right. >> yes. >> tell people about this community. i have just been struck by how close knit it seems and probably now more than ever. >> the overpouring of support from people in the community and the unity and the emotion is just overwhelming. i can't say enough of the support we have been getting from even outside other communities and all around the country, the phones ringing off the hook for people that want to bring food or supplies or whatever they can. >> i kno
rob black is coming up with the winnersand he tells us about pepsi major shake-up. update. stocks started the week up - with investors reacting to some progress in dow was up 100 points. the nasdaq was up nearly 40.and the s&p was up 17 points. the tragedy with assault weapons bans and really it is having an impact on the maker of these weapons? >> yes. keep in mind smith and wesson, was a public critic company the stock want it to increase. half do we really need a 30 clipper magazine? huffed i know that the right to bear arms is the argument but perhaps there is the argument of having weapons to fight the people with weapons? >> also, pepsi. they are changing their recipe. do you think that it is going to be impacting? >> do you drink pepsi? >> i drink coca-cola >> diet pepsi is no. 7, tie it coke is clearly dominating. diet coke clearly dominates. they are going to be using two different sweeteners for diet pepsi. their market share is 4.9%. diet coke is 9.6%. we drank a lot of soft drinks. it is really about the brand. it is all about understanding the products. >> and also be
especiales y galardonados de la noche estuvieron el congresista rob garcia, el concejal de arlington walter tejada... tambien fue galardonado el gerente general de univision washington oscar rodriguez... felicidades y sigan adelante con esta iniciativa... >>bravo!! hoy es martes 18 de diciembre, despiden a una maestra, quien dio su vida salvando a sus niños. >>y en medio de fuertes medidas de seguridad, los niños vuelven a clases. >>familiares y amigos de jenni
and that is whether theyope -- when they opened fire. >>> police are looking for two men who robbed a gas station today about 5:30 a.m. this morning. police say one demanded money while a second man pulled out a gun. both robbers werethol,thol -- were tall, thin and african american. they both ran away. >>> oom members of the board -- tomorrow members of the board of supervisors are going to discuss changes regard credit card use. this comes after he misused public money with his county credit card. among the changes are a requirement for written receipts and submitting receipts. >>> u.s. airlines continues to set new records. airlines received $924 million in baggage fees. that is up 3% from last year. delta and united collected the most at $187 million for united and delta 663 million this year. >>> because of the rain drivers had to deal with wet road today over the bay area. this is highway 17 in the mountains. the wet roads led to a few fender benders on roadways. weather permitting crews will be out tonight repairing damage from the rain. traffic delays are expected. one way traffic on high
. >>catherine: a south bay charity is working to make sure people have food for the holidays. kron four's rob fladeboe reports on the annual holiday food-box program at sacred heart community services. >> this record number of families. they are doing this again after feeding them on the thanksgiving, 3200 waited on the rainfall for a christmas holiday food box. >> it is about 40 lbs. of food and then there is a chicken turkey or ham we want to feed them to the holidays and in the month of january. >> many of these people are living below the poverty line and could not afford it. they are expected to provide this for everybody that signed up for one. there is also a bit of a short with some distributions. >> we are short on teenagers deaths. and is a spot teenage -- gift--perhaps even a gift card. >>reporter: the need for here it exists all year, not just for the holidays. despite the improving economy they are still out of work and being left behind. rob fladeboe, kron 4. >>catherine: here in the bay area we're expecting more rain later this week, but it's snowing in the sierra right now. kr
rob manna got the dispatch call just after 9:30. >> like with any call you develop an image in your head on the way to your scene to prepare yourself for what you may be coming into. certainly wound up to be much more than what i developed in my mind. >> there was nobody to treat. one or two early on and then our unit we were expecting to get multiple victims. never. we didn't get any. >> reporter: can you talk about what you felt when you saw what you saw? >> what seemed to bother me the most was the parents down at the staging area. >> what about them? >> they were showing up faster than law enforcement, really. they were coming from all directions. panicked as the children were coming down they were looking to claim their child and as they would get their child they would leave and i knew there were a certain amount of kids inside there that weren't going to be coming out on their own power and those were the parents. they were waiting. they never came. >> reporter: you're a parent of a seven-year-old. >> correct. >> reporter: how did that affect you? >> it could have been my son
community. [ applause ] rob manna and ray korbo are firefighters. how you both holding up? >> difficult every day. every day it's a little bit better. but it's a challenge. it's certainly a challenge. >> one of the things i know you guys have been doing is handing out gifts to little kids, things from the red cross. that's got to bring some comfort. >> definitely helps. overwhelming amount of stuffed animals and teddy bears came streaming into the firehouse. and we're doing what we can to give it out to the children in town. >> you were born here, right? >> yes. >> you're from here originally. tell people about this community. i mean, i've just been struck about how close-knit it seems. and probably now more than ever. >> yeah, the outpouring of support from people in the community and the unity and, you know, the emotion is overwhelming. i can't say enough of the support we've been getting from even outside, other communities, and, you know, all around the country. the phone is ringing off the hook for people who want to bring food and supplies or whatever they can. >> i know on that h
and losers with financial expert rob black. >> colder weather on tap for tomorrow. we would get a check on your forecast and george is following hot spots on the traffic front. (male announcer): live from the bay area this is the kron 4 morning news. kron 4 news at 9:00 a.m. starts now. >> the top stores were falling on this tuesday december 18th it is back to school this morning for many students in new town conn. the scene of the shooting is still closed. we will get the latest developments in just a couple of minutes. >> for to go to george with an update on the hot spots. >> we have been trekking to over the last 45 minutes. interstate 6 a deal with the san ramon valley leading to danville of walnut creek. and marin county. >> they're both completely cleared on 68 southbound. we are starting to see traffic move. this back up usually last until about 915 or 920. it is at 9:00 that the diamond lane the restriction is lifted from 680 southbound at love on the road. >> once that occurred there is an extra lane of traffic to the san ramon valley. >> currently we are looking at a reductio
that film back to the studio. abc 7 news. >> also in san francisco. man was robbed after trying to be a good is a mayor tachbility he thought he was helping a woman with her broken down car. instead she and 3 others robbed him at gun point. happened before 1:00 a.m. at the intersection of geary and masonic in the city laurel heights neighborhood. and they all got away. man we are glad to tell you was at the very least not hurt. >> last year this time no snow meant people were playing golf and not skiing in lake tahoe. what a difference a year makes. here's george. >>reporter: week before christmas. out of state holiday visitors are already showing up at lake tahoe. >> we just came down to see whoever pl this area. >>reporter: what do you think about california skiing. >> i love it. this is my fourth or fifth time here e-although monday brought a mix of snow and rain at lake level, look what was going on just 1,000 feet higher on the nevada side of heavenly ski resort. >> this christmas we definitely have more natural snow and we have been able to open more terrain leadin
a thief stealing iphones. sunday afternoon two people were robbed while shopping. a woman sitting on a bench had her iphone taken out of her hands. another was stolen inside macy's. police are looking for two suspects in the crimes. >> the federal emergency management agency is adding carol and montgomery counties to the list. baltimore county as the only jurisdiction not included in the grant program. mountain regions suffered the most damage in the storm. partly reimburses state and local governments related to public works and services. >>> after a wet morning, we finally got to see sun outside. the rain and fog are gone and partly sunny out there. look at that beautiful day. wjz has weather and traffic. meteorologist bernadette woods is here. i think most of us will take this over the fog yesterday. >> this is just beautiful. that sun just burst out today and really helped to warm things up. we're going to show you there were a couple lingering showers but those are now moving away. there's the bulk of the storm off to the north. as far as temperatures go with the gusty wind a
this winning streak. you guys seem to come up with big plays now. rob jackson, you mentioned him last week. he steps in again and get a big critical interception when you're down 14-10. talk about this defense starting to make plays. critical plays to win games. >> yeah, i think it is just a good job of guys going at half time from coach to player, making the adjust and rob jackson really getting his opportunity to play a lot after brian went down and he is taking advantage of. it the guy is playing lights out and i think he is going to continue to get better. it has been guys like that continuing to step up week in and week out to make critical plays that we need to ultimately win the game. >> talking about stepping up arc guy making his nfl debut as a starter, kirk cousins last week. i don't know how much you can ask out of these rookies. did it surprise you how well he played on sunday? >> no. i think last week i told you i was very confident in kirk. i've never nervous when he goes into the game based on how well he studies and what he has done. a lot of guys with play this week. all they
will impact their money. rob smalley and drew and american wealth management. good to see you, guys. rob, with you, 30 seconds on the clock. what moves money tomorrow? >> tomorrow, i will be looking at earnings from federal express, bed bath&beyond and permits on the consumer certificate and the economy as a whole. 2012 was a great year for corporate debt. yields and sprends are tight and a strengthening in this economy could lead to investors reallocating out of equity, out of corporate debt into equity, a major risk for the corporate bond market in 2013. >> we'll be watching that. drew, 30 seconds on the clock. what do you want to watch tomorrow? >> we will watch what congress is doing, we will watch what congress is doing and watch what congress is doing. after that, we remain diversified. you don't have a deal until a deal is done and the gains could get wiped out. you don't know. stay well diversified. if this debt ceiling isn't taken care of this year, it will overhang into next year. hang on to your gold and stay well diversified even into hedge equity. >> it's all about the fisca
who wants to rob a store will less likely go in and rob that store because he wants something. if he's going to meet force when he gets there, most of these guys are going out in a blaze of glory. somebody else having a gun may kill him quicker and limit the damage. but you're not going to have schools and gun s. if there was a weapon in schools it would have to be locked. would she have time to get that weapon? i certainly hope people wouldn't be suggesting that she would carry the weapon. >> we want trained teachers, trained administrators, do they have to have marksman on their resume? i wouldn't be against having security guards but think about the cost. we're struggling to fund our schools today. >> i just want to make a point about guns fighting guns. i don't think that worked out very well for nancy lanza. she owned six guns. she's not with us. period. >> there are other communities looking to you for leadership and inspiration. how do you do this? >> i don't know all the rules and regulations about gun control. i'm learnings it now. but if we can do something locally to ban a
and reservist. he was robbed. shot and killed off rhode island avenue in northeast d.c. back in 1995. >> they had carjacked his car. and robbed him and shot him in the back of his head. >> reporter: jessica tyson is president of the d.c. area homicide survivors' group. just this past sunday, her grandson jeffrey tyson was shot and killed in southwest d.c.. >> i think they should abandon abolish all guns. >> reporter: this woman didn't need another reminder that the city, the country can be very dangerous places. d.c. knows gun violence and obviously there's some neighborhoods that are more familiar than others. this is 13th and congress street in southeast and according to one report, in the past decade alone, at least 17 people have been shot dead in this area. >> i wa the president, senate, congress, i want our leaders to close the gun show loophole. i want a lot of changes to come about to save innocent lives. >> reporter: carradine jeffreys 16-year-old daughter was shot and killed on south capital street in 2010. one of five young people killed in a chain of events that began wit
out about this program right now. so, i just want to say thank you to all of you, to rob black from the restaurant association, benny yee to being here, our merchants, our neighbors and all the city partners who really believe in supporting the businesses and of course to todd from the office of economic and work force development, supervisor chu and our mayor ed lee. thank you so much for this opportunity to help out our small businesses in our community. thank you very much and we'll be available for questions later on. thanks. (applause) ... because we have a great waste water system here in san francisco, we do about 80 million gallons of waste water here in san francisco, which means we basically fill up 120 olympic sized swimming pools each and every day here in the city. we protect public health and safety and environment because we are discharging into the bay and into the ocean. this is essentially the first treatment here at our waste water treatment facility. what we do is slow down the water so that things either settle to the bottom or float to the top. you see we have
of the dow was positive. it is that a few minutes since a look at the latest numbers. we want to talk to rob black to try to piece together what is moving investors on wall street. first i want to talk about the account deficit which shrank. what is a copit? >> it tells you how business is doing in the u. s market. it came in at a very low number might be you are spending money on guests and american goods. americans are not really spending money on foreign goods as well. typically people are red white and blue which is a great thing. i is a and a lack of market activity in the international market. >> also we want to talk fiscal cliff because that made headlines. dss to press made alert a couple minutes ago saying john maynarthey are there it looks like there is a shift. >> the numbers came down to less tax people more who made over a million dollars. that came down and said let's tax people who make over 400,000 which went up from 250,000. it is nice to see that both president obama and banner are working together. obama is revised plan would raise about 1.2 trillion dollars down the road.
introduce an assault weapons ban on the first day of the next congress in january. rob and paula, back to you. >> that does bring us to our facebook question of the day. >> what is your advice to lawmakers as they debate the gun control laws. join the heated discussion on our fan page and we're going to read your responses on the air. as she just alluded to that assault weapons ban was from 1994 to 2004. if you look at the long-term effects, they said there was no change, maybe a small decrease in the mass shootings, but overall, not a decrease in violence. >> the jury is out. yesterday, according to a 2004 university of pennsylvania study about the ban, the number of people killed in mass shootings did go down in the years the ban was in effect except for '99. that was columbine, as we all remember. but because mass shootings are relatively rare, it's difficult to tell whether this was caused by the ban. the president has given a lot of lip service to gun control because of the national outrage. but this is a president who has been much more friendly to gun owners than gun control adv
are looking for three men who tied up a san francisco family and robbed them during an overnight break- in. it happened just before 4 a.m. at a home on sloat boulevard in the pine lake park neighborhood. the robbers got away with jewelry, purses and cash. the victims were not hurt. >>> a well deserved moment of praise today for two san francisco police officers who saved a newborn's life. the officers from the bayview station responded to a call last wednesday about a woman bleeding. well, the next thing they knew a man on the street was handed them an unresponsive baby. officers noticed something wasn't right so they started cpr. >> having two young children, i know what a baby should look like when it's first born. and this baby showed no signs. there was no movement. no screaming. no crying. >> no. but they did a great job. the baby was revived, taken to the hospital and he is doing well. police believe that the mother had serious substance abuse problems. the baby is going to be in the custody of child protective services while the circumstances surrounding his discovery are investigat
that gets robbed all the time. >> reporter: we spoke to the business owner across the street who says he is okay and is not concerned about safety. supporters for the sporting goods store say this is a much- needed local business. now, the los gatos town council will take up the issue of conditional use permits in february. in los gatos, cate caugiran, cbs 5. >> thank you. >>> sentencing for the man convicted of killing two people at the richmond/san rafael bridge toll plaza has been delayed until next month. a postponement comes at the request of the killer nathan burris. cbs 5 reporter elissa harrington explains why. >> i want closure. >> reporter: but closure for the families of deborah ross and ersie everette known as chuck will have to wait. the sentencing has been delayed to january 18. the two were gunned down at the richmond/san rafael bridge tollbooth in 2009. nathan burris was ross' ex- boyfriend. the sentencing was supposed to happen today after the jury gave him the death penalty in november. family members were prepared to read impact statements and instead nathan burris and
. a boyish proceeding. the other suspect pleaded guilty in october to robbing nearly $4,000 from a bank. >> >> they managed to lower themselves out. this building designed to prevent these sort of mistakes. the windows are only about 5 in. wide. it is hard to imagine how they could have managed to squeeze through a group will continue to bring the very latest on this developing story and bring it to you live right here. >> funeral and several weeks will be held today. a funeral take place for the six wrote jessica. she is the teacher praised for sacrificing himself for the safety of her students. yesterday to funerals were held for six world. they will miss his perpetual smile and a twinkle in his eyes. also his vision for the future. >> there was not a dry. tremendous passion. a tremendous feeling. i think everybody was touched. >> students and parents honored the victims and they're trying to recover emotionally. they're doing that by going back to school. all schools were closed yesterday so teachers and administrators could work with experts on how to handle the aftermath. >
you can count on. rob roblin is live. >> the gas prices are inching down. but according to aaa, they are higher than they were a year ago. they are 6 cents higher than they were a year ago at this time. that is the bad news. the good news -- people are going to the stores and they are buying. >> it has been great. we have an extra week this year of shopping. >> the mall manager says that so far this christmas season businesses looking good. >> this weekend is going to be a big weekend coming up. it is that extra weekend. all signs are it will be better than last year. >> store managers i talked with say with the week to go before christmas they are hopeful this will be one of their best shopping seasons peeping >> every day since the beginning of december we have seen more and more people in the mall and in our store. >> one more week to go until christmas. what are you expecting? >> hopefully tons and tons of people. >> well folks -- while folks hope that the bad weather will help their business -- >> so far. >> one week to go before christmas. >> and hopefully we will get a f
police officers if they got close to him. >>> the search is on tonight for a man who robbed a wells- fargo bank in the south bay. morgan hill police released this surveillance video of the robber today. the robbery happened just before 2:00 p.m. on saturday, at a branch on monterey road. police say the man gave the teller a note, demanding money, and said he had a gun. although no gun was seen. >>> the family of a san lorenzo man run down and killed by a hit and run driver was in court. police say the prowler intentionally hit him and drove off. he died three days later. his brother is a long time ktvu photographer. he wants people to know there is a $50,000 reward for information. >> we are looking for some help. we know that somebody knows what happened. this could not have been the smartest crook in the world. he had to have told somebody. we're just hoping whoever that somebody is, will come forward and give us a tip that we need. >> this is a police sketch of the hit-and-run driver. he was driving a light colored cadillac with the dark colored top from the '70s, or '80s. >>> th
and supposedly robbing them of this. >>guest: that is absolutely true. i feel as though this man was very disturbed for very long period of time. and the fact that he didn't have the proper help and the proper mental health, and wasn't in an environment where he could be supported was the problem. the --. >>neil: their argument is we are desensitized as are the kids because it is all around them and maybe if it is not all around them we will be better 789 >>guest: it will be there, regardless, there will always be provide length video games and violent movies, it is a parents' choice what we expose our children to and at what point. >>neil: is that your call or the government? >>guest: my call. >>neil: do you agree? >> i believe that parents need to know there are other things a child can do beside video games and there can be a limit on the amount of time. it is not the only thing a child does. children need to go outside. go out and place. parents need to know parenting. parents need to know they have to recognized when their child is so disturbed they get the child help rather than jus
that is not going to get r-- i show you the bank that will get robbed. put someone who knows how to handle himself and a weapon at the door of any school in america. if we can do it for banks we can do it at a school. i wish every 20 one of these parents would give a dime for this. >> as soon as he saw a cop, if we got there early error sooner. >> got there 10 minutes before they locked the school down, too. >> if they have security in there it is going to save lives. >> we have to go. we may never know, i am not going to use his name. the shooter why he did this unspeakable crime. people are trying to figure this out. charles krauthammer who was once a psychologist has some thoughts. >> announcer: 'tis the season of more-- more shopping, more dining out... and along with it, more identity theft. by the time this holiday season is over, an estimated 1.2 million identities may be stolen. every time you pull out your wallet, shop online or hit the road, you give thieves a chance to ruin your holiday. by the time you're done watching this, as many as 40 more identities may be stolen. you can't be on
tied up a san francisco family and robbed them during an overnight break- in. it happened at a home on sloat boulevard in the pine lake park neighborhood. police say the men were wearing ski masks when they forced their way in at about 3 a.m. and confronted the family inside. >> at least one of the suspects was armed with a handgun and was able to get the victims to comply and they were bound and the house was ransacked and the property was taken. >> the family had gates across the front door but police say the men got in through a window. they got away with about $500 in cash as well as some jewelry and clothes. >>> it's not something you expect to see in upscale palo alto. but buena vista mobile home park has been a fixture on el camino real since the 1920s. now the landlord wants to evict the tenants and build high-rise apartments. the low income tenants will have a hard time finding housing. >> reporter: they will have a hard time finding anything comparable. they are trying to remain festivity throughout this holiday season but they can't help but think this is going to be thei
of robbing a d.c. jewelry store in june. no one was hurt in that robbery. >>> cans of stew packing more than just a tasty meal. up next, what one alleged criminal was cooking up. >>> new this morning, explosions at a shopping center in our region leaving a firefighter injured. we are check more headlines when we come back. >>> a virginia firefighter is recovering after he was injured responding to an apparent explosion at a shopping center t happened at the ann briar shopping center in amherst. witnesses say they if he would two explosions before seeing flames shoot into the sky. >>> another drug bust at dulles airport. authorities caught a guatemalan man trying to bring cocaine into the united states from el salvador. police say the man hid about four pounds of cocaine inside jars filled with stew. right now, no criminal charges have been filed. the man is seeking asylum. this is the seventh drug bust at dulles in the past year. >>> the nurse caught in the middle of that royal hoax phone call has been laid to rest. she hanged herself days after two australian dj res prank called the hospita
to intrude in the house and try to rob or burglarize it. i don't know. holiday season? people don't have jobs, i guess, and somebody just took it upon themselves to, you know, do a random act of violence. >> the victim was taken to the hospital with nonlife-threateninging. >>>s. he's expected to be okay. >>> residents of an apartment complex finally back in their homes after a standoff that lasted for nearly eight hours. police say u.s. marshals arrived around 10:00 last night to arrest the suspect at the complex. there was some sort of altercation and the armed suspect barricaded themselves around 6:00 this morning. the suspect was taken to the hospital but police won't say how the standoff ended and if he was injured. dozens of residents were evacuated but have since been allowed back to their pier apartments. >> why speaker john boehner is talking about plan b. does this mean he's cutting off fiscal cliff negotiations with president obama? >>> and our "12 days of giving" continues on "news4 midday." call our volunteers at 202-885-4949. if you can help the group that helps women in need. we
a thief stealing iphones. sunday afternoon two people were robbed of their iphones while shopping in towson town center. a woman sitting on the bench inside the mall had her iphone taken right out of her hands. another was stolen inside macy's. police are looking for two suspects. >>> holiday travel is up this year in maryland. in aaa readdicts 2 million marylanders will take to the skies and roads to see loved once this holiday. >> reporter: the auto club says that travel by car, plane and train are all up this holiday season. no matter what mode of transportation you choose to use to get to your destination, they say that millions of marylanders will get away. for evan mcewan, the trip home for the holidays has already started. >> about 100 miles. >> he is headed there by car. >> i enjoy the drive. the gas here is better than in philly. >> reporter: aaa says it's the highest volume forecasted for the holiday in over a decade. travel by plane, train and car are all up this year. >> that's actually 1.2% increase over last rear. >> reporter: they say 90% of maryland travelers will
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